Just a few days after the new BJP government in Haryana promised probe into Robert Vadra’s land deals, it now seems that Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law has chosen a safer option and is now bending his businesses.
Vadra has closed four out of six companies that were launched by him in Rajasthan and Haryana, stated the documents provided by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
The companies that have been closed include Greenwave Agro Private Limited, Rightline Agriculture Private Limited, Lifeline Agrotech Private Limited and Primetime Agro Private Limited.
The other two companies – Future Infra Agro Private Limited and Best Seasons Agro Private Limited – are in the process of closing down. All the six companies were incorporated in 2012.
Vadra began terminate his companies soon after the NDA government came to power.
None of the six companies that Vadra closed have filed annual returns or balance sheets since their inception.
The report further stated that Vadra is selling land in Rajasthan and Haryana fearing rigorous monitoring by the state and central governments.
Few days before, Vadra lost his cool at a TV crew after he was questioned about his controversial land deals in Haryana.
Congress came in defence of Vadra and called him a private citizen.